Those who like to go walking
in the Yorkshire Dales may enjoy a trek in Malham organised by volunteers from the national park authority later this month.
Held on October 26th, the event involves a five-mile trek around the area, starting at 11:15 BST at Malham National Park Centre and lasting for four hours.
Those taking part may wish to ensure they are wearing walking boots
to deal with the weather and terrain.
On the walk, the volunteers will impart local knowledge about the area, famous for its landscape and geology.
Mainly consisting of limestone features like the cliffs of Malham Cove and numerous sinkholes, the area also features Malham Tarn, an apparently incongruous sheet of water in the middle of all the porous rock.
The existence of Yorkshire's largest lake is due to it lying on a bed of impermeable rock, meaning no water can seep out except through its outflow stream.